Alternative Investments

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Hedge Funds Had A Really Bad Day This Week

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As the deteriorating situation in Greece dominated the headlines and roiled markets, some of the world's most prominent hedge funds experienced their largest "drawdown" since August 2007.

Powering Up

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Enthusiasm for renewable energy is expanding and so are the investment options.

Big Words Can Be Scary To Investors

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An Invesco study says investors prefer common language over industry jargon.

Beware Bond-Liquidity Traps When Hunting Yield, Pimco Says

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Investors risk falling into liquidity traps as they seek to boost yields, according to Pimco.

Reading Between The Lines Of DoubleLine

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A financial advisor gives her take on the views of DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach.

A Retirement Bonanza Of A Lifetime For These RIA Employees

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This manager is approved to let employees sock money in a Roth IRA and 401(k) that includes its wildly popular hedge fund -- which has delivered a 71.8 percent annual return for 20 years.

SEC's Stein Sees Dangerous Cracks In Laws For Mutual Funds, ETFs

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The rise of complex funds has exposed weaknesses in the outdated regulatory regime and could be putting retail investors at risk, a top U.S. regulator said.

Institutional Investors Wary Of Tail Risk, But Lack Tools to Fight It

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An Allianz study found that most respondents think tail risk has become an increasing worry since the global financial crisis, but many have not changed their portfolio construction strategies to...

Morgan Stanley Goes Greener With $500 Million Bond Issuance

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Morgan Stanley is leaping onto the green bond bandwagon, announcing last week that it has closed on the issuance of its inaugural $500 million green bond to fund clean energy projects.

What Investors Need To Know As Saudi Stocks Open Up To The World

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Saudi Arabia is opening one of the world’s most-restricted stock markets to foreigners for the first time on Monday.

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